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Title: Shattered Blue, Light Trilogy #1
Author: Lauren Bird Horowitz
Publisher: Amazon Publishing, Skyscape
Published: September 15th, 2015
I enjoy fantasy novels and when I heard about this book via a review it sounded so enthralling I just had to get a copy and read it myself! I’m so glad I did – in fact if you enjoy a great fantasy read, don’t bother reading any more of this review, just get yourself a copy of the book and go read it for yourself!
This is one book where I have to admit to being totally blown away. To say it is enthralling, exciting, addictive and a real page turner is understating the appeal of this stupendous story. The characters are easy to relate to even though they’re mainly teenagers or Fae. The plot is so full of twists and turns, so riveting that even in the final pages, just when you think you’ve sorted everything out, you’re sent another curveball and this virtual world as you know it shifts again! It is a book you really don’t want to put down and when you’ve finished it you’re looking for the next book in the series!
The writing is excellent, I enjoyed the poetry, too. The characters are well developed but keep revealing further unexpected surprises throughout the story. This is a book that, when I woke up this morning, I immediately reached for my kindle to continue reading. This has to be the start to one of the best fantasy series I have ever read. I really do want the next book asap and, at the moment, I’ve no idea when it will be released or what it will be called – but I’ll be finding out!
Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley, too, for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for this, an honest review.
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